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LORNE FURNACE AND ANCILLARY BUILDINGS, BONAWELB12180

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
20/07/1971
Local Authority
Argyll And Bute
Planning Authority
Argyll And Bute
Parish
Glenorchy And Inishail
NGR
NN 974 31882
Coordinates
200974, 731882

Description

Dated 1753. Random rubble. Slated roofs.

BLAST FURNACE: Central chimney (wide fireplace with iron lintel inscribed "Bunawe 1753") brick at top.

STORE HOUSE: Coursers in front with 2 pointed doorways.2 OUT-BUILDINGS for charcoal and ore.

WORKERS' HOUSES:

NE workers' dwellings: Rubble, part harled, slate roofs. ONLY ROOFLESS PART IS SCHEDULED.

SE workers' dwellings: 1 1/2 storey row (Lochandu Cottages). Rubble, part limewashed, slate roofs.

Statement of Special Interest

Guardianship Monuments (not the workers' houses, although the roofless part of the NE cottages is Scheduled). Built for Lancashire Company which leased adjoining birch woods and imported iron ore from Furness to be smelted with charcoal and cast into pig-iron. Closed 1866 or 1874.Scheduled 23 February 1998.

Scheduled Ancient Monument No 90037.

References

Bibliography

TSA Groome H Shedden "Story of Lorn" p 17. RCAHMS Vol 2 No 362 (ill)

Historic Environment Scotland Properties

Bonawe Iron Furnace

https://www.historicenvironment.scot/visit-a-place/places/bonawe-historic-iron-furnace

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Related Designations

  1. Bonawe, Iron FurnaceSM90037

    Designation Type
    Scheduled Monument
    Status
    Designated

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